The mission of The Trinity School is to provide a safe and loving environment where children receive a strong moral and educational foundation through meaningful learning experiences.
The Trinity School has been serving children's needs since 1995. The Cartersville community has known many fine young men and women to begin their moral, spiritual, and educational journeys with us. With that foundation, they go on to live purposeful lives. We invite you to see what we have to offer.
A full school day is from 8 AM to 2:45 PM. Here's a breakdown:
8 AM - 2:45 PM (MWF) $345 for the month.
8 AM - 2:45 PM (TuWThF) $436 for the month.
8 AM - 2:45 PM (MTuWThF) $488 for the month.
Sure! Here's a breakdown:
8 AM - 12 PM (MWF) $245 for the month.
8 AM - 12 PM (TuWThF) $313 for the month.
8 AM - 12 PM (MTuWThF) $374 for the month.
Yes! Afterschool care is available 5 days a week until 5:30 and adds $12 per day, per child.
We find it simpler to provide our teachers with the money to buy the materials for their classes. There is a supply / workbook / activity fee based on age.
With so many fun projects, you'll have to send one to every family member!
When your child has been accepted into The Trinity School, your one-time, non-refundable, registration fee of $225 for the first child and $175 for each sibling confirms your enrollment. There is no fee to apply or to be placed on a waiting list.
We maintain DECAL KOALA BFTS ratios approved for our building (generally 10-1).
Any child who has a fever over 100 or has diarrhea / throws up is sent home. They are not to return until they are symptom / fever free for 24 hours. We also look very carefully at runny noses and coughs (not allergy-related). Any communicable illnesses (as per the BFTS mandate, i.e. pink eye) are sent home.
We have substitute teachers who have received the same safety training and background checks ready to assist when needed.
Yes! Your little ones will see the same teacher (and classmates) every day.
No. Parents are asked to provide nutritious snacks and lunches for their children. We recommend each child bring a water bottle.
Children are immediately removed from the situation and counseled on appropriate behavior and making good choices. An appropriate "time out" may be implemented. If the problem becomes chronic, a child may be sent home for more direct parental intervention.
Yes! We have special offers for siblings, first responders, and members of Trinity at the Well United Methodist Church.
Classroom teachers share their e-mail addresses and cell phone numbers with parents. Teachers will respond when time permits or at the end of the school day.
We are always happy to have helping hands. A background check may be needed depending on what role you take.
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